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The whole affair assumed an interest; and I determined to seize the first chance of making the acquaintance of the young Quakeress.
The work of the Quakeress, which amounts to a slow transformation of human neglect and criminality, then proceeds in a location that could not be more different from the bleak industrial landscapes of the iron mills:
Polly had grown up, but she had no more style now than in the days of the round hat and rough coat, for she was all in gray, like a young Quakeress, with no ornament but a blue bow at the throat and another in the hair.
Trainer John Berry claims a record after Quakeress, rated just 16, wins a Wolverhampton seller
The noble old Quakeress, Lucretia Mott, sitting in an attitude of devout attention, suddenly raised her head, and at close of the prayer, Bible in hand, she read aloud the account of the Creation, Genesis 1: 27-28, woman and man equals, both having been given dominion over nature.
Further research has identified the parents of Isaac who married the Quakeress, Hannah Lightfoot, as William Axford and his wife Susannah (Exton).
The Quakers were strongly opposed to slavery, and the first antislavery society in Michigan was organized by the Quakeress Elizabeth Chandler in 1832.
4 Quakeress -- won a race off the lowest-ever recorded British handicap mark, a measley 16.
Quakeress, bought out of John Berry's yard for 2,300gns after springing a surprise in a seller here last Saturday, defied her penalty on her debut for Roy Brotherton in the second division of the two-mile selling handicap - but it was only by a head that she saw off Grooms Gold.
John Berry's apprentice Darren Williamson had a bout of flu to blame for missing a winner when Quakeress made a mockery of her 25-1 price in the seller.